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    What's tonga toast like? Is it served at the character breakfast at Chef Mickeys?

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    I know its served at the Kona Cafe at the Polynesian

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    Tonga Toast is a form of French toast stuffed with bananas. I think it is only available at the Polynesian. It's really yummy! The recipe can be found here:
    http://allearsnet.com/btp/aa012703.htm#ques2
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    A variation of this is also served at Tusker House for breakfast when you go on the Sunrise Safari.

    It is delicious!
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    I still prefer the one at the Kona Café! I think Tony's Town Square used to have a version that was quite different (cream cheese or something) but I never sampled that.

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    What is Tonga Toast?

    It's the BEST!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wdw4us2
    A variation of this is also served at Tusker House for breakfast when you go on the Sunrise Safari.

    It is delicious!
    Is this the Safari for concierge level guests only?
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneydame2004
    Is this the Safari for concierge level guests only?
    Yes.

    It is actually quite worthwhile. I have not been on Killimanjaro Safari since we did the Sunrise Safari. It's just not the same.

    On the SS, you get to see the animals when they are getting fed and they are very active. Plus, we had a lot of time during the drive through, with many animals coming right up to our vehicle.

    The breakfast is fabulous. I just wish we'd had more time. There was a pin event the same day, so we had to eat and run.
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    Question Breakfast

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydame2004
    Tonga Toast is a form of French toast stuffed with bananas. I think it is only available at the Polynesian. It's really yummy!
    This breakfast sounds interesting I wonder what else walt disney world does for breakfest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarmitc2032
    This breakfast sounds interesting I wonder what else walt disney world does for breakfest?
    Breakfast - the most important meal of the day......

    Mickey Waffles
    Breakfast Lasagna at Crystal Palace
    Omelets with everything via room service
    Beignets at Port Orleans
    Pastries from the bakery on Main Street USA

    Now I'm getting really hungry!
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    I love having breakfast at Staring roles in MGM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneydame2004
    Tonga Toast is a form of French toast stuffed with bananas. I think it is only available at the Polynesian. It's really yummy! The recipe can be found here:
    http://allearsnet.com/btp/aa012703.htm#ques2

    Boatwright's at PO-Riverside also has a version of it.
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    At Boatwrights:
    Banana-stuffed French Toast - Banana-stuffed Texas toast, strawberry banana sauce and choice of bacon, sausage, or ham $7.99

    At Kona Cafe:
    Tonga Toast - banana stuffed sourdough bread, rolled in cinnamon sugar with choice of ham, bacon, or sausage $8.59

    I've never tried the Boatwright's version, but it sounds good too!
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    Oohhh... that's right!! I forgot i have the Boatwright version in December! It was AWESOME (and now I'm starving!!!)
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    lets do a field trip and try some

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